CFOs and CEOs Unite at the President’s Conference
When you operate on your own, plunging into financial pitfalls is all too easy. That’s why conversing with a group committed to industry financial success is paramount for a strong business. Year after year, PIFE members benefit from exceptional opportunities afforded to them. During meetings, they explore potential investments to grow their business, find new ways to save money, and gain insight into the current marketplace.
"New participants are always amazed at how open and honest the discussions can be. I have left every peer exchange session with at least one great idea to try back at my company," said Terrie Rubac, Heritage Press.
Next year, PIFE will once again provide an excellent opportunity for collaboration. At the 2016 President’s Conference, PIFE professionals will meet to discuss current economic trends and strategies for effective financial planning. However, rather than planning an isolated event, the new and improved PIFE gathering will put CFOs and other financial executives right next to CEOs and other critical profit leaders in the graphic communication industry.
At the 2016 President’s Conference, business owners, presidents, CEOs, and their immediate executive management teams will learn about new and improved leadership skills and unlock essential business strategy transformation methods. The event kicks off with a golf tournament and bocce tournament followed by three days of leadership-focused sessions and networking opportunities. This is your opportunity to unite with your CEO and bring your business the extra boost it needs to succeed in the current marketplace.
Although there will be no specific PIFE Conference, finance executives can still expect the utmost in educational, networking, and collaborative opportunities. You’ll hear from knowledgeable industry speakers as they examine issues such as strategic planning, projection models, economic trends, and much more! Not to mention, you can relax with exciting networking opportunities where you’ll rub elbows with all the other “who’s who” in print.